Harish Dhanasekaran Velayutha Rajan

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Could Dark Matter Be Powering The EMdrive?

For every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction. This formulation of Newton’s third law has two very important modern consequences: one, that there’s a physical quantity that’s always conserved in the Universe (momentum), and two, that the laws of physics are the same irrespective of your …

Physics

Amazon launches Amazon AI to bring its machine learning smarts to developers

Amazon today announced the launch of its new Amazon AI platform at its re:Invent developer event in Las Vegas. This new service brings many of the machine learning smarts Amazon has developed in-house over the years to devs outside the company. For now, the service only makes three different tools …

Cloud Computing

Six reasons why there are two 5Gs … and maybe more

My company, InterDigital, recently sponsored a survey conducted by the Telecom Industry Association on the topic of 5G development and deployment – one of the first of its kind, and necessary reading in these early days of 5G. Necessary reading because, quite frankly, we’re still in the earliest …

Apple's signature software is uncharacteristically bad for the world's most valuable company

It is also, in the inimitable judgement of the indie iOS developer Marco Arment, "a toxic hellstew."<p>I agree: It's why I wrote about how poorly iTunes performs for classical music listeners and, really, for anyone with a large music library.<p>But it's worth spending time on iTunes's specific design …

Apple Music

HitchBOT Gets Mugged in 'City of Brotherly Love' En Route to San Francisco

The little robot's stated goal: To see whether robots could trust humans.<p>Sometimes bad things happen to good robots.<p>A child-sized robot called HitchBOT saw its hitchhiking journey across the United States come to an abrupt end in the city of Philadelphia, just two weeks into its travels. The robot, …

Robotics